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23 January, 17:56

The Richter scale is a log scale. Each magnitude higher earthquake shakes ten times more than the one below it. So a M3 shakes ten times as much as a M2 earthquake. A M4 shakes 100 times as much as a M2. And a M5 shakes 1000 times as much as a M2. How many times more does a M7 shake than a M3?

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  1. 23 January, 18:14
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    10,000 times

    Explanation:

    M6 shakes 10,000 times than M2

    M7 shakes 100,000 times than M2

    So M7 shakes 10,000 times than M3
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